This is a seamed cup bra which means the shape is less rounded than one gets from a t-shirt bra. Unfortunately the shape also means that it is VERY unforgiving if your boobs aren't exactly the same size. On one side I fill the cup nearly perfectly with slight wrinkling. On the other, I have a bad case of quadboob. In addition I don't think seamed cups are best for my generally rounded shape. Seems they are better for pointier boobs. I would think this bra is ideal for bottom heavy boobs that point up, but I don't have those.
Otherwise, I like the firmness of the band. I don't think it will stretch much over time. The detailing is pretty and the straps are strong and pretty.
I purchased this bra because it was at a really good price and I wanted no more my 70C/75B European size. I always had east-west pointing breasts and pointy in soft cups, because in my country I can't find smaller back bands and D+ cups and I hadn't no other choice. So, I thought that the sister size of 30D will fit me and ordered the bra from ebay (recently, I wear 30D in a local brand but the quality is low, very stretchy band), but it seems I was wrong. It is much smaller in cup than I need, a cup or maybe two, I don't ...know as I am not experienced with good fitting bras. P.S. When I took the measurements, I was paying attention to the help section and I didn't took in consideration the wire channels in cup depth, cup width and wire length.
Edit: ashewyn posted in Adventures section,on 4th of February '14 how to make the top of the cup more open and I tried it on Freya Latisha. It seems that it fits better,especially on my smaller boob.So,I think that if I purchase a cup size bigger it will fit wonderful. Read more 92 more words
I love how this bra fits, it doesn't poke anywhere and my boobs fill the bottom of the cups very nicely. After wearing all day for the first time it did start to become uncomfortable, but the band is a little tight so if it stretches just a little bit it will no longer be a problem. My boobs are not full on top so the lace bunches a little bit, but this isn't a problem for me. It looks great, and gives a great shape although it isn't quite as supportive as the Pollyanna that I own. This one does fit, where the 28D Pollyanna did not.
The only issue I have with it is that the wires seem very low on the sides and after wearing for a few hours my boobs (which are wide-set) escape sideways. I haven't found a bra yet where this doesn't happen, so I'm willing to deal with it and continue to wear this bra because it looks great.
This seems to fit ok--no wrinkles/gaping on my larger breast (it wrinkles on my smaller breast, because it's almost a full cup smaller). But the bra creates a strange shape--very flattened on top. Not sure if this is a size or style issue. I don't have this problem with standard Freya styles like Pollyanna, Jolie.